It’s Easter Sunday and in Little Italy, Sault, a pregnant woman fetches an axe from the woodshed. Back inside, she climbs the stairs and enters the bedroom with care. She doesn’t want to wake her husband, who lies sound asleep after his nightshift at the Algoma Steel Plant. By his bedside, she tightens her grip on the axe, raises it high and brings it down four times. Afterwards, she sits by the fire, arms wrapped around the youngest of her four children. She stays like this for an hour. Eve...
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